Blood in the Snow Film Festival Code of Conduct
Blood in the Snow Film Festival is a space where our audiences, filmmakers and all attendees can safely
explore boundaries, artistic taboos and underground cinema. While we do not condone censorship, we
will not allow any harassment of any kind, violence or abusive behaviours in and around the festival
premises and venues towards staff, volunteers, attendees, festival guests and filmmakers.
the right to revoke festival passes and privileges without notice to the offending party should any of the
above behaviours be detected. We also reserve the right to treat everyone at the festival with the
utmost respect and those who report any issues should do so knowing they are safe and their rights are
paramount to the festival.
Blood in the Snow Film Festival makes every effort to comply with accessibility for our attendees.
Isabel Bader Theatre:
This venue has a wheelchair accessible entrance, washrooms that are accessible by wheelchairs with door assists, and elevators to get folks up and down levels. There are also stairs.
If an issue arises please contact any volunteer or staff and ask to speak to Guest Services. We are happy to assist.
For immediate emergencies, please call 911.
Know your rights. Consult the Ontario Human Rights Code
for more information.